All Paleo Recipes

Chocolate Orange Balls

Chocolate Orange Balls

Call me immature, but the word balls makes me snicker like a school girl. I was going to call these truffles, or bites or something, but hey, everyone likes tasty balls right?! Along with enjoying the word balls, I also enjoy a chocolate-orange combo. Like a Jaffa (delicious Australian treat) or a Terry’s Chocolate Orange […]

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Caramel Banana Chia Pudding

Caramel Banana Chia Pudding

OMG!!! A chia seed pudding?? Wow! You are so inventive.... Yeah, yeah, I can hear you and all of your sarcasm. Chia seed puddings are everywhere. There's a reason for that. It's because they are so damn easy to make, good for you and generally...

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Carrot Cake Bites

Carrot Cake Bites

If you have to put a ball in your mouth, it may as well be the tastiest one possible and these guys are up there on the yum-o-meter. All the flavours of a carrot cake without all that tedious baking business? Where do I sign? The trick is don’t overwork the mixture once you add […]

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Fig & Sesame Cookie

Fig & Sesame Cookie

This recipe came about from sheer fatigue. While I’d like to pretend I’m some sort of kitchen whizz and cooking goddess, some days I simply can’t be arsed pitting cherries, activating nuts or cleaning the juicer. Especially that juicer. Last...

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Chocolate & Beetroot Cupcakes

Chocolate & Beetroot Cupcakes

So I’m at it again, adding vegetables to dessert! These cupcakes are moist (I hate this word by the way), dense and delicious, and will win over any chocoholic. I used pre-cooked, vacuum packed beetroot that I found in the fruit and veg department...

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Roast Vegetable ‘Cous Cous’

Roast Vegetable ‘Cous Cous’

Cauliflower was one of those vegetables I hated as a kid. I was all like “but muuuuuuum, I don’t want to eat it! It smells like faaaaaaarts!’ (said in annoying, whiny kid-speak).Cauliflower took my rejection, bided his time, and now, 30 or so years later he is happy with his place as one of my […]

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Sundried Tomato & Basil Pesto

Sundried Tomato & Basil Pesto

Here’s some good advice from me to you. When you have a spare 5 minutes (because that’s all you need) , whip up a batch of this stuff and have it on hand to turn your meal from ho-hum to kick-arse any day of the week. Seriously, spread this stuff...

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Cherry Cake

Cherry Cake

Some girls get excited about shoes, handbags, jewellery. Me, well, I got a little excited about buying a cherry pitter the other day. I deadset got home and pitted like half a kilo of cherries (the novelty wore off halfway through, but I...

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Massaman Curry

Massaman Curry

There is a little restaurant in Bangkok called Ban Chiang which I visit every time I’m there. It’s quite an unexpected place considering its location, but it never disappoints. It’s in an old Thai house, surrounded by loads of greenery and serves...

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Nasi Goreng

Nasi Goreng

I love Nasi Goreng. it brings back happy memories of our wedding week in Bali. I was some sort of Nasi Goreng monster that week. I swear I ate it every day, maybe sometimes twice a day. I was probably lucky I was still able to zip up my dress on the big day to […]

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Turkish Delight Macaroons

Turkish Delight Macaroons

I remember my Grandad’s all time favourite chocolate bar was a Fry’s Turkish Delight, all wrapped up in its Charlie and the chocolate factory pink wrapper. I couldn’t quite get my head around the taste when I was a kid, but living in the Middle...

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